Sunday, July 23, 2017

Trust Funds Tales of Child Welfare Fraud: Shirley Temple, Jackie Coogan, Hillary Clinton & UNICEF

Gather around, my dear children, for the Celestial Goddess is about to tell the tale about the origins of child welfare fraud, the greatest fraud known to the history of human existence.

It all begins with the 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, where most people fail to understand that "slavery" was never abolished because it forgot about chattel law.

In the reading of Section one, it clearly states that servitude is still a valid practice as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted.
Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
Now, mind you, it did not specify two key items with the first being whether the crime is an administrative or judicial conviction.

In child protection proceedings, poverty is the crime of abuse and neglect, "the failure to provide for the necessary needs of the child" and the due process is handled through administrative law, whereby the recommendations to "convict" are generated by a child protection worker and presented for judicial determination which turns on the federal funding spigot of placing a child as a ward of the court or state.

I state that these are administrative proceedings as one is guilty until proven innocent, without notification of proceedings, denied the right to face one's accuser, with no redress to reinstate the termination of the grant of the gift of custodianship or guardianship.

This is better known as parental rights, but, sadly, is not.

Parental rights are bestowed upon the States Attorney General.

Secondly, what has never been considered is the legal concept of slavery or involuntary servitude with children.

The Thirteenth Amendment did take children into consideration as children were property, chattel of the original guardian, to end the break up of families in slave auctions and sales.

Unfortunately, children never had any recognized rights which is why child labor immediately replaced the institution of slavery after the Emancipation Proclamation.

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Jackie Coogan & Charlie Chaplin
Enters Jackie Coogan.

The world has forgotten about Jackie Coogan, but that is about to change as I am putting him back into the annals of history.

Jackie Coogan was a child actor discovered by Charlie Chaplin who was probably, to this day, one of the most famous child actors known to film.

He went on to star in the Lil' Rascals and did many major films.

Coogan, as a young child star, went on to launch the million dollar Near East Relief campaign that collected food, clothes & money for the child survivors of WWI and the Armenian Genocide, the first international relief effort for children.

The campaign, I guess you can say, should be considered as the original model for what we know today as the political fundraising campaign.

Well, when Coogan became 18 years of age, he found out his parents had squandered his childhood acting earnings, well over a million.

This led to the 1939 California legislation, the first Child Protection Law providing legal protections for child actor's earnings called the "Coogan's Act' or the Child Actor's Bill, the original concept for Social Security Accounts, where parents had to put a percentage into Coogan Blocked Trust Accounts but it contained a few flaws.

Now, enters Shirley Temple, or rather the "Shirley Temple Amendment" which extended protections of a child actor's contracts.

Without going into her early career of Baby Burlesk, or the Meglin Kiddies, the core of this tale is children's trust funds.

As Coogan's career matured, he went on to become the beloved Uncle Fester of the Addam's Family while Shirley Temple became Shirley Temple Black, U.S. Delegate to the United Nations, and UNICEF.

The Thirteenth Amendment has a second section:
Section 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation
 Only one person has attempted to broach Section 2, but that was met with much reproach from the Meanies.

Besides, the approach is flawed as it omits the rights of children, but for the purposes of this tale, the economic rights of the child, the posterity of the nation which is our national treasure, as children grow up to be productive, tax paying citizens.

Well, it seems there are others who are quite aware of this fact and went on to optimistically address these "economic deficiencies" of the Thirteenth Amendment.

Essentially, the California Coogan Blocked Trust Accounts established what we know today as trust funds for minors, Uniform Gift To Minors Accounts (UGMA) and Uniform Transfers to Minors Accounts (UTMA), for the private sector, but there was no national law to this effect.

Neither was there international law in dealing with children's trust funds.
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Now, enters UNICEF, the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund.

UNICEF was created in 1946 as an extension of the successful international Near East Relief campaign to address the child refugees after WWII.

Sometime around early 1990s was the U.S. State Department through its international investment funding mechanism, USAID, partnered with UNICEF.

There are no records of what happened to all the money because UNICEF is a private organization, a trust fund for the children of the world.

It also seems that sometime during the transition of the Bush Administration into the Clinton Administration, there was a massive plundering of the Great Repository of the United States, the National Archives, with all records of the history of child welfare administration, programs, congressional hearings, and historic individuals work, such as Jackie Coogan and Shirley Temple Black, and anything else related to the history of UNICEF, have been destroyed.

The federal records were ordered to be transferred and disposed, not pursuant to any guidelines or rules of the National Archive Records Administration (see the checked box on the forms), but, instead the records were transferred to the William J. Clinton Presidential Library, where, upon executing a records search, one is sent.

As seen in the records, below, federal records were either ordered to be destroyed, or donated to the private sector, where, in this instance, is the William J. Clinton Library, where there is no such thing as FOIA in the private sector.

And that, boys and girls, is how the Clintons with the assistance of the Bush Administration, pillaged the National Archives of the United States of America and manipulated the historic record, and destroyed the integrity of the Congress to obviate in rulemaking. 

But now, the question is why?

So, why would the Clintons destroy federal records?

Children's trust funds!

Trust funds are dark money of the private sector because anything dealing with the welfare of a child is protected under the cloak of secrecy, and, immunity and can go into political campaigns.

Yes, the only laws on the books as to transfer and ownership of trust accounts are in the areas of banking and under child welfare, which has now been privatized.

If one must rely upon the state because they are too poor to "provide for the necessary needs of the child", that is abuse and neglect, grounds for termination of parental rights, or rather eminent domain of a Lis Pendens of Quiet Title on the chattel, which is nothing more than termination of parental rights.

The transfer of the chattel, the birth certificate, or, more intuitively, the deed to the child and the access to the equity, Social Security Trust Account of that child, transfers authority to the private sector over the trust account which can be leveraged into social impact bonds, or mortgaged.

And guess what you can do with a mortgage?

Bankruptcy or wipe it out, again with another Lis Pendens of Quiet Title on the chattel, which is nothing more than termination of parental rights.

And this ends another the tale of child welfare fraud.

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